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children grows. >> another victim of atlanta's child killer or killers. >> patrick baltazar was the kid who was convinced he could catch a killer. >> he was hike, man i want to find this killer and get this reward money and i'm going to buy my mom a house and do this and -- i'm going to find this killer. >> his stepmother, sheila baltazar, was worried. >> for a 10 or 11-year-old child to be talking like that, that was like, wow! where is his mind at? >> patrick was a latch key child, living unsupervised with an older brother in a project apartment near downtown. >> he was very streetwise. >> he stayed out late at night, often at the omni center, now the headquarters of cnn. but back then, a hotel complex with an indoor skating rink and a gameroom for kids. >> that's where he spent a lot of his time at, at the games' arcade. >> wayne williams was known to frequent the omni, passing out these flyers as a talent scout to offer auditions to boys from age 11 on up. >> 15 kids are dead. two others are officially missing and listed as -- >> by early february, 1981, more than a dozen african-americ
killer or killers. >> patrick baltazar was the kid convinced he could catch a killer. >> he was like i want to find this killer and get the reward money and i'm going to buy my mom a house and i'm going to do this and i'm going to find this killer. >> his stepmother, sheila baltazar, was worried. >> for a 10, 11-year-old child to be talking like that, that was just like, wow, where is his mind at? >> patrick was a latch-key child living unsupervised with an older brother in a project apartment near downtown. >> he was very streetwise. >> he stayed out late at night, often at the omni center, now the headquarters of cnn, but back then a hotel complex with an indoor skating rink and a game room for kids. >> that's where he spent a lot of his time at, at the games arcade. >> wayne williams was known to frequent the omni, passing out these fliers as a talent scout to offer auditions to boys from age 11 on up. >> 15 kids are dead. two others are officially missing -- >> by early february, 1981, more than a dozen young african-american boys had been found dead, many dumped in the woods aroun
reporter elizabeth cook and photo journalist patrick sadia were trying to get the protester's side of the story. you're okay tonight, elizabeth, but tell us what happened. >> well, we started out following the protesters and the protest ended here, but that's right, when we are at the corner of 16th and mission street, we were trying to interview one of the protesters and as you can see from the video here, the protester tried -- another protest came up behind our photo journalist and tried to grab his camera. now we continued rolling and were able to catch the aftermath of the suspect or the woman who tried to steal the camera running away and also the short brawl that came about with protesters and police. now that wasn't the only thing we found today. we saw smoke flairs and police officer go through one of the protesters backpack and found a pick ax and some flairs. so very wild night. right now here at powell and ellis. the protesters are dispursing. they made 35 arrests. police are still on scene. >> we always respect people's rights to protest, as we know in the bay area,
. >> the prosecution was allowed to bring in ten other deaths -- among them patrick baltazar, eric middlebrooks, jo-jo bell, to try to show a pattern. >> this is a chart showing fibers that were recovered from the body of patrick baltazar. >> fibers consistent with that blanket, with wayne williams' bedspread, the green carpet, hair from wayne's dog, plus a leather jacket. >> the jacket as i recall was hanging in his closet. >> and dedman told the jury two human hairs were found inside patrick baltazar's shirt. >> these two hairs were consistent with originating from williams. >> then there was eric middlebrooks and the fiber stuck to his tennis shoe. this is a blow-up of those red fibers. the same kind were in a car williams was driving that year. >> this puts middlebrooks both in the interior and -- of the '79 ford and the trunk of the '79 ford. >> did you ever meet any of the young men who were victims? >> no, i did not. >> never met them once? >> no. >> not once? >> no. >> it's incalculable the odds that they were not in contact with the fiber. >> the fiber evidence is your biggest obstacle. >>
homeowners have been powerless against big banks but if philadelphia, one man, patrick rogers fought back and actually foreclosed on the foreclosers as we learned from cnn's don lemon. >> thank you for joining us. you are becoming a folk hero among homeowners especially those stresd about paying their mortgages. there's been some resident resolution to this case, hadn't there? >> there has. >> stephen: does he have fangs? oh, my god he's not a difference maker he's a vampire. this story got good. go get 'em don. >> you are a hero to a lot of people and thank you for coming on. >> stephen: what? no -- don, ask him about being a vampire. do you see the little teeth right there? those are vampire teeth. he has -- ask him! ask him. i know what to do. come here. come on! let's go. taxi. [laughter] go. horn. this is how we -- the people with shops open, none of that is happening now. >> make sure you stay safe out there. we'll have much more on the flooding coming up. >> stephen: excuse me. >> what are you doing here? >> stephen: i have a question to ask you. >> i'm in the middle of a broadcast
at three locations. th patrick and given street, patrick and franklin, and d south walker. >> i wish people would be more of the yellow. red is red. >> the next 30 days will be a grace period. you run a red light in xandria or fairfax city, you will not have to pay the $50. er that, that is what you will pay. >>> still to come, a local man's war against drunk driving. plus, a major weekend at the box office. >> steve rudin and the belfort center,e weather showers and thunderstorms in the forecast tomorrow. t can we expect fo >>> 7 on your side with a bold plan to expose and embarrass rested on drunk driving charges. rff introduces us to the man. >> i love the old original newspapers. we have more of the front page dwi murders man. he launched a website. it parlays his experience with his passion. a hatred for people who drink and drive. >> they don't care. they have no respect for human life. >> he posts the names and mug e arrested ofl driving impaired. >> 20,000 names. 1000 pictures. >> he exposes identities and es' reckless behavior. >> this girl kills a pastor in south carolina. >> his
the country. massachusetts democratic governor deval patrick, wisconsin's republican governor scott walker, ohio's republican governor john kasich, and los angeles democratic mayor antonio villaraigosa. what is the impact with the washington impasse in their states? what will be the impact out in the country if the president and congress are unable to reach a deal to raise the debt limit? it's all next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. welcome to "face the nation" on this fourth of july weekend. governor patrick is in rockport, massachusetts. ohio governor governor john kasich is in massachusetts. republican governor scott walker joins us from his state capital in madison and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa is out at the aspen ideas festival in aspen, colorado. i want to thank all of you for being with us on this holiday weekend. governor kasich, i'm going to start with you. you were a part of that foursome two weeks
. joining from salt lake city is the chairman and ceo of overstocked of calm, patrick byrne. mr. byrne, why shouldn't online retailers such as overstock .com collect sales tax for states? >> there's a constitutional argument and policy argument. what you want to hear first? constitutional argument is this was taken of 20 years ago by the supreme court with regards to quell which is an office supply retailer north dakota and illinois, north dakota one after them. they had to collect taxes, have an early computer program you can go online and check in order things a lot like a website. it went when north it would try to get them to collect taxes once the supreme court found 8-1 in north dakota that under the article 1 of the commerce clause of the constitution commerce clause has the right to regulate regulate interstate commerce and that has been inferred with a call the durbin duty to dormant commerce clause which is the state has the right to impede or burden, the supreme court found h-1 to force and hosted retailer violates the constitution. they left open to the u.s. and the power to do,
. patrick allen from baltimore animal hospital is here to answer your pet questions. ♪ >> if you are looking for a cheap last minute get away, you may have luck on line. many travel sites offer deep discounts at five-star hotels. the discount is usually 30% and sometimes half of the original price. >> this seems to be a here to stay trend. hoteliers are using these travel sites to fill rooms that normally would sit empty. >> both sales only last about a week and don't forget to remember the price for air fare. we posted links to flash websites on our website wbaltv.com . you can get a deal on a cruise. cruise lines have repositioned their trips during colder months to send them into warmer waters. would-be travelers can find affordable journeys to other locations. they have stopped at european or south american ports. still to come, a new study finds a woman's breast tissue could indicate her risk for cancer plus, more fast-food chains are offering calorie information that is it helping people cutback? >> we have some clouds here and the clouds north of us are producing some rain up to the g
with jon stewart. we have a very good show tonight. our guest tonight, neil patrick her is. (cheers and applause) now as you know many of our viewers live in the northern hemisphere. (laughter) i dot longitudes and latitudes but i really don't-- (laughter) an experienced-- (laughter) a lot of map lovers in the audience. anyway, in the hemisphere has experienced in the past week a weather phenomenon of extreme heat called labs, falaro where the sun gets close enough to the earth to hug it. and then do this to it it but where we humans saw hardship, tv weather news people saw hot-pertunity. >> we just took this justy t bone out of the fri see if we can cook it on the dashboard of a car. >> you can really cook eggs on a street, bake cookies on a dashboard. >> the mac and cheese have cooked. >> i will taste the pizza. >> the pizza is actually fully cooked. it is not global warning, it is god preheating america. (laughter) by the way, this guy may be eat pizza straight off the sidewalk, but at least he didn't use a [bleep] fork when he ate it. as long as i live-- you don't eat, out there
that night. her boss, patrick lamumba was there as well. at that point, amanda knox officially ceased to be a witness. she became the suspect. the police held a press conference late that are day announcing to the world they had solved the crime. case closed. according to police, meredith kercher had been killed because she would not take part in a sex game. a sex game orchestrated by amanda knox, her boyfriend, rafael, and patrick lamumba. >> i've always said this was a crime that was born of succession. it was step-by-step. there was no planning. >> all three were arrested and charged with murder. but the tabloid press turned their attention to one of the accused in particular, amanda. when the papers hit newsstands the next day, foxy knoxy would be all over the front page. in the weeks and months that followed their arrests, new evidence would emerge. a knife found in rafael's apartment, both amanda's and meredith's dna on it. meredith's bra class up tested positive for rafael's dna. a homeless man came forward, claiming to have seen the couple near the house on the night of the mu
don't think has prosecuted anyone but defends everyone. and other greats like patrick and nancy. our programs have historically been more a mix of social and educational gatherings. our history dates back to 1962. we had a judge's luncheon in 1962 and our list of ctla presidents goes back that far. i wish i had the time to list them all but i don't. we'll get that list on our ctla page soon. san francisco is lucky to have ctla to kick around. our shall i say, to have our ctla members to kick around. but seriously, i'm humbled by the ctla members who every day, every day defend their clients using the constitutions of the united states and california in support of great principles. every day our members show courage in bay area courts, and we do ok in the big battles as well. who will ever forget the extraordinary accomplishments of john in defending our college, patrick, from a crazy federal prosecutor in nevada? that level of talent and that level of courage is unique, but every day criminal courts in the bay area shine because my colleagues from ctla are working there. recently ctl
but it didn't work out. i have a nephew, sean patrick mcflynn. i always question myself because my writing about the irish is really my writing about myself coming to the united states and coming into contact with the united states so consequently my puerto rican friends, and some of my irish friends, although they were more circumspect, what are you doing writing about the irish? i'm writing about the united states. the irish are more interesting. they had to put up with colonialism, just as puerto rico is a colony of the united states. i also respect the fact that they have a facility with language, which i also enjoy. consequently, i wondered why this attraction to the irish. in 2004, the university of puerto rico asked me to come there and lecture and read. i immediately called my favorite cousin, and she said, what are you doing here? i told her and i said, please come to the reading, i have a book for you. she came. she said my son is getting married tomorrow at the caribbean hilton, could you please come? and i went. i hadn't seen her in 30 years. we were kids together. and after th
serious crash. patrick >> good was asleep when he said he heard a loud bang. -- >> patrick cook was asleep when he said he heard a loud bang. >> no one said they were surprised to find out people were injured. >> this is the second time in today's police in our area have been involved in a crash of responding to a call. it is today an officer in montgomery county was involved in this accident that shut down the road for nine hours. this intersection was closed during the morning commute and reopened about five hours later. police continue to investigate exactly what happened. so far they have not released any word on the cause for the crash. >>> fairfax county police are working to determine who shot and killed an elderly man last night in springfield. gary hansen was shot to death inside the home he shared with his wife and two adult sons. today officers are also looking for one of those children richard hansen. there is concern for his help because he did not have medication he needs. -- his health because he does not have the medication he needs. >>> president obam
. patrick byrne, the ceo of overstock.com, and be scott peterson of the streamlined sales tax governing board explain their differing views. >> host: well, one of the issues bewitching state governments with tight budgets, local retailers, national online retailers and now congress is the issue of internet sales tax. that's our issue this week on "the communicators." joining us from salt lake city is the chairman and ceo of overstock.com, patrick birr. gautham georgia again of "the hill" newspaper is our guest reporter. why shouldn't online retailers collect sales tax for states? >> guest: well, there's a constitutional argument and a policy argument. which do you want to hear first? >> host: go with both. >> guest: okay. constitutional argument is this was all taken up 20 years ago by the supreme court with regards to quill which is a office supply retailer. north dakota went with after them trying to -- it was based in illinois. north dakota went after them, people to have -- them to pay taxes. you could go online, order things, so a lot like a web site. north dakota tried to get them
support and joint custody of their minor children, 13-year-old christopher and 17-year-old patrick. they have two older daughters. the couple's image was shattered in may with the revelation that schwarzenegger fathered a son 13 years ago. he publicly hoped for a reconciliation with his wife. >> we both love each other very much. we are fortunate we have four extraordinary children and we are taking one day at a time. >> schwarzenegger took full speedometer for the hurt he caused, saying he was truly sorry. aapparently that was not enough for shriver. >> how did you find your transition? personal, professional, emotional, spiritual, financial? how did you get through it? >> shriver moved out of the family home earlier this year and hired divorce attorney laura wasser before schwarzenegger's affair went public. including those of britney spears, angelina jolie and keither sutherland. >> since april, schwarzenegger has been talking about renewing his entertainment career. three upcoming big budget films. all of that on hold, it's not clear what damage, if any a divorce will do t
of people have been arrested. one demonstrator attacked our news crew while elizabeth cook and patrick were trying to get the protester's side of the story. >> it started with 100 or so people marching from delores park to the mission district. disrupting traffic and muni service. protesters upset that san francisco police shot and killed 19-year-old kenneth wayne harding. harding was on parole for raping a juvenile in seattle. washington police also called him a person of interest in a fatal shooting last week in seattle. on saturday, harding was riding a muni bus. when officers entered the bus, police say harding ran off the bus and fired a gun at officers. officers then returned fire and killed him. the aftermath of the shooting caught on cell phone video. even though san francisco police have released evidence of what they say is proof harding fired at officers, these protesters say that doesn't matter. now police say he fired on them first. isn't this a justified police shooting? >> no. it's really not. it doesn't make no sense, you know what i mean? the man should have had a chance
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